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Topic - Facundo Campazzo
One 3-pointer after another, Kevin Durant shot down Argentina — and perhaps the notion that defense wins championships.
"He told me it's not necessary, and I told him I was really sorry," Campazzo said. "But before Chris Paul punched me. It's part of the game."
Campazzo, starting because Knicks-bound veteran point guard Pablo Prigioni is out with kidney stones, said he apologized to Bryant but not to Anthony, saying Paul didn't apologize for hitting him.